Aloha Bed & Breakfast

909 Kahauloa Pl, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96825, United States
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10hr stop over in honolulu

by casbs

hi

im flying to usa via hawaii in july and have a stop over in honolulu from 11am til 10pm.

just wanted some advice on what to do while i am there?

cheers

nathan

Re: 10hr stop over in honolulu

by travelgourmet

Aloha. You will have about 8 hours of free time. You could go to lunch at a restaurant in Waikiki. If you drink alcohol, sitting down at the Banyon Courtyard of the Moana Surfrider Hotel on Kalakaua Avenue having a Mai Tai, right on the beach at Waikiki looking at famous Diamond Head beyond the breakers bringing in the local and tourist surfers to the sandy shores. Walk around Waikiki's International MarketPlace across the street from the Moana Surfrider. Many shops to browse. Take a shuttle service from the airport to Waikiki. Downtown Honolulu has a great Chinatown to walk. You could do both with the free hours. It will give you a taste of the feel of Hawaii and the aloha spirit. A hui hou.

Re: 10hr stop over in honolulu

by Robmj

Go to Waikiki beach and also to Pearl Harbour to visit the memorial site. You'll need to hire a care from airport to make this happen in good time.

Re: 10hr stop over in honolulu

by Robmj

Go to Waikiki beach and also to Pearl Harbour to visit the memorial site. You'll need to hire a care from airport to make this happen in good time.

Re: 10hr stop over in honolulu

by travelgourmet

Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial tour could be a problem due to heavy tourist visits in July. After getting in line for a ticket, you then must wait for your ticket number to be called out. The line for tickets from noon till 2pm are very long in July. Tour buses get in early and arrive all day long. The wait for your ticket number to be called could be up to 2 hours. The tour itself starts at 7:45am and the last tour is at 3:oopm. If this is a must see, then go for it, but if you arrive after 1 pm for tickets, you could be shut out, in my opinion. I worked on Oahu and during the summer I drove by the Memorial Museum area where the tickets were sold daily and always saw the crowds at the venue each and every day.

Re: 10hr stop over in honolulu

by Odinnthor

Larry/travelgourmet is right on both accounts. Suggest that you follow his advise. It is the perfect Honolulu layover.

Aloha nui loa

Travel Tips for Honolulu

SOME IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

by thinking

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

Police/Ambulance/Fire:
911

Airport Visitor Information:
(808) 836-6413

Arizona Memorial:
(808) 422-0561

Battleship Missouri Memorial:
(808) 973-2494

Better Business Bureau:
(808) 536-6956

Bishop Museum - Main Museum:
- Kalia Towers:

(808) 847-3511
(808) 947-2458

Blaisdell Center Box Office:
(808) 591-2211

Chamber of Commerce o Hawai'i:
(808) 545-4300

City & County of Honolulu Info.:
(808) 523-CITY

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve:
(808) 396-4229

Hawai'i State Parks - Gen. Info.:
- Hiking:

(808) 587-0300
(808) 587-0166

Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau:
(808) 923-1811

Honolulu Academy of Arts:
(808) 532-8700

Honolulu Police Dept. - Main Station:
- Waikiki:

(808) 529-3111
(808) 529-3801

Honolulu Zoo:
(808) 971-7171

'Iolani Palace - Tour Info.:
- Reservations:

(808) 538-1471
(808) 522-0832

Nat'l Mem'l Cemetery of the Pacific:
(808) 566-1430

Polynesian Cultural Center:
(808) 293-3333

Sea Life Park Hawai'i:
(808) 259-7933

TheBus (public service) - Information:
- Lost and Found:

(808) 848-5555
(808) 848-4444

Traffic Violations Bureau:
(808) 538-5500

Waikiki Aquarium:
(808) 923-9741

Waikiki Beach Chaplaincy
Church Registry:

(808) 923-3137

Waikiki Imporvement Assoc.:
(808) 923-1094

Honolulu Tip

by smoox

A taxi took us from the airport straight to our hotel in Waikiki. As I walked down to the beach, this was the first glimpse I got..... ooooooohhhhhh wow!
Waikiki beach is widest near the Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel. You can rent sun chairs and umbrellas there, but they are quite expensive.

The hot-spot in town is the...

by emily4

The hot-spot in town is the main strip in Waikiki. Everyone goes there to meet new and interesting people. Holidays on the strip are the craziest and most awesome thing I have ever seen. All walks of life show up and parade themselves. What a curious bunch of people there are in the world. I never thought I would miss the warm weather-my biggest complaint when we moved to Hawaii was that I wouldn't see snow. Now I hate being cold. I have moved to the midwest and the summers have been mild and cool scince I have been back and I hate it. I want to lie on the beach and get hot and sweaty, only to jump into the crystal clear ocean water.

Get an Aerial View of Paradise

by Hopkid

The flight pattern for arriving flights to Honolulu take a route that skirts the south end of the island giving passengers on the right side of the aircraft a great view (when it's not cloudy) of Diamond Head and Waikiki. It's a nice first glimpse of Hawaii as you arrive. On the depature, flights take off high and also fly south of Waikiki thereby giving passengers on the left side of the plane one last view of paradise. The flight goes along the coast past the Aloha Tower, Waikiki, Diamond Head, Koko Head and Hanauma Bay before heading northeast and over the Pacific. I think the Hawaii Tourism Board must have some kind of "in" with the FAA. ; )

So to recap, when making your seat selections, get window seats as follows:

Arrival: Right side

Departure: Left side Watching the sunset amid pupus, drinks, and live Hawaiian music at the House Without A Key at the Halekulani Hotel.

BLUE SKIES AND BEACHES

by thinking

The beauty of the islands and the aloha spirit of the people. I miss the Asian food, the Honolulu Club, my friends, the ocean, the outrigger canoes, breakfast on the beach, watching for the "green" flash at the Halekulani Hotel.

I also studied for the Hawaiian Bar Exam on the Hilton Hotel's beach everyday in my bathing suit, sunglasses and sitting on a small chair and a mat.

At lunch I would be invited to come in and say how I was doing. There was a band, and they always played Hawaiian songs for me.
I would swim and then go back to studying.
I passed the Hawaiian Bar Exam and recieved a license there in 1984.
I toured all of the South Pacific for three years and loved every minute of it.

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Address: 909 Kahauloa Pl, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96825, United States